The safety mapping of Delhi has been used to improve lighting at more than 5000 spots in the city.
Data has been collected in Bhopal to understand women’s mobility patterns in a Indian tier 2 city.
My Safetipin is a personal safety app that helps you make safer decisions about your mobility, based on the safety score of an area. The app is free for all and uses crowd-sourcing to collect data. At the core of the app, we have the Safety Audit which is a tool to analyse a given area based on the physical and social infrastructure parameters.
Safetipin Nite is an app that is used to collect photographs in the night-time. This is done by mounting the phone with the app on it on the screen of a moving vehicle. The app is not available on the Play Store or the App Store. We provide the APK to our partners that can be used by the drivers who will be navigating the area.
It is a web application designed to collect information on selected public places or public services through a detailed questionnaire, pictures, and spatial data. For example, condition of public toilets, bus terminals, safety audits inside the buses, last mile connectivity around metro/train station or bus stop etc.
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"This project was possible because of Safetipin and the alliance we have with this organisation"
"The number of dark spots that were identified in the Delhi city audit carried out by SafetiPin from January to May 2019 was 2,768. These spots, in two years, were reduced by 4,670."
"As a woman, I find Safetipin useful as it tells me which places are unsafe and why. Further it provides data as evidence for our advocacy as an organisation"
"The cornerstone of SafetiPin is a smartphone safety audit app that everybody can access, and anybody can contribute information to Stability Innovation Atlas February 2018"